Wilton sees increase in students with disabilities

There was an increased number of Wilton public school students with disabilities this year, according to the 2017-18 year-end summary of the Wilton Public School District’s student services department.

The annual report, prepared by Assistant Superintendent of Student Services Andrea Leonardi, Assistant Director of Special Services Sharon DeAngelo and several instructional leaders, outlines services provided by the district, as well as some statistics on students serviced by the department.

This school year, 615 Wilton public school students were classified as having some sort of disability, reflecting a 30-student increase over last year. This number breaks down as follows:

Source: Wilton sees increase in students with disabilities – Wilton Bulletin

Jimmy Kilpatrick, a national recognized professional special education advocate since 1994.

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